|Copy correspondence as to publication of book on "Ancient musical instruments," and plates of the said instruments - Glen, Robert, fl. 1887|
Title from cover
Keywords: Glen, Robert; Hipkins, Alfred J. (Alfred James), 1826-1903; Adam and Charles Black (Firm)
|Glen's collection for the great highland bagpipe - Glen, John|
Bound with: Historical sketch of the Scotch bagpipe and the Complete tutor for the great Highland bagpipe
Keywords: Bagpipe music
|Full "Laplacianised" posterior naive Bayesian algorithm. (Volume 5) - Mussa, Hamse Y|
This article is from Journal of Cheminformatics, volume 5.AbstractBackground: In the last decade the standard Naive Bayes (SNB) algorithm has been widely employed in multi–class classification problems in cheminformatics. This popularity is mainly due to the fact that the algorithm is simple to implement and in many cases yields respectable classification results. Using clever heuristic arguments “anchored” by insightful cheminformatics knowledge, Xia et al...
|Materials approaches to ship silencing - Perkins, Arthur Jeffery.;Edwards, Glen Robert.;Hills, Norman A.|
FY 74 final report for period July 1973 - April 1974.
Keywords: FRONTS (METEOROLOGY)
|Use of historic metabolic biotransformation data as a means of anticipating metabolic sites using MetaPrint2D and Bioclipse. (Volume 11) - Carlsson, Lars|
This article is from BMC Bioinformatics, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Predicting metabolic sites is important in the drug discovery process to aid in rapid compound optimisation. No interactive tool exists and most of the useful tools are quite expensive. Results: Here a fast and reliable method to analyse ligands and visualise potential metabolic sites is presented which is based on annotated metabolic data, described by circular fingerprints...
|Cytochrome P450 site of metabolism prediction from 2D topological fingerprints using GPU accelerated probabilistic classifiers. (Volume 6) - Tyzack, Jonathan D|
This article is from Journal of Cheminformatics, volume 6.AbstractBackground: The prediction of sites and products of metabolism in xenobiotic compounds is key to the development of new chemical entities, where screening potential metabolites for toxicity or unwanted side-effects is of crucial importance. In this work 2D topological fingerprints are used to encode atomic sites and three probabilistic machine learning methods are applied: Parzen-Rosenblatt Window (PRW), Naive Bayesian (NB) and a ...
|Predicting the mechanism of phospholipidosis. (Volume 4) - Lowe, Robert|
This article is from Journal of Cheminformatics, volume 4.AbstractThe mechanism of phospholipidosis is still not well understood. Numerous different mechanisms have been proposed, varying from direct inhibition of the breakdown of phospholipids to the binding of a drug compound to the phospholipid, preventing breakdown. We have used a probabilistic method, the Parzen-Rosenblatt Window approach, to build a model from the ChEMBL dataset which can predict from a compound's structure both its primar...
|Linking Ayurveda and Western medicine by integrative analysis. (Volume 4) - Fauzi, Fazlin Mohd|
This article is from Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, volume 4.AbstractIn this article, we discuss our recent work in elucidating the mode-of-action of compounds used in traditional medicine including Ayurvedic medicine. Using computational (‘in silico’) approach, we predict potential targets for Ayurvedic anti-cancer compounds, obtained from the Indian Plant Anticancer Database given its chemical structure...
|Chronic kidney-disease screening service quality: questionnaire survey research evidence from Taichung city. (Volume 9) - Lin, Deng-Juin|
This article is from BMC Health Services Research, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a serious public health problem in Taiwan and the world. The most effective, affordable treatments involve early prevention/detection/intervention, requiring screening. Successfully implementing CKD programs requires good patient participation, affected by patient perceptions of screening service quality...
|Wireworm control in western grain fields - Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. Agricultural Supplies Board|